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The Colts Authority:
Paul Kuharsky thinks a member of the Colts organization should present the Lombardi trophy this year--just not Raymond Berry:
But the perfect choice would be Jeff Saturday. He won a Super Bowl with the Colts, and he was an instrumental guy as a member of the NFLPA’s executive committee who was a giant influence on getting the CBA in place and saving the season. Without him, maybe there wouldn't even be a presentation.
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The Colts will play Sunday at Jacksonville without starting guard Joe Reitz or backup linebacker A.J. Edds.
Both players stayed home Saturday when the team flew to Florida for Indy's season finale.
Reitz missed practice all week with an undisclosed ankle injury. Edds has an injury to his left foot that has kept him off the field most of December. The Colts also will be without...
Colts legend Raymond Berry will take the field in Indy for the Super Bowl:
Berry, who played all 13 of his NFL seasons with the Baltimore Colts, will carry the Vince Lombardi Trophy to the stage on the field after the game, and deliver it to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, who will then present it to the winning team.
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